Plan B by Jana Aston
Series: Best Laid Plans #2
Published by Rutherford Press on July 2nd 2019
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Mistakes were made, okay?
The moment I laid eyes on Kyle Kingston I knew he was a mistake. A satisfying, toe curling, hair pulling, best night of my life mistake, but a mistake all the same. I didn’t yet know his name, or who he was, but I knew he was a bad idea.
I take comfort in that, because it means my instincts are still good. Too late, but it’s something.
Because, FYI, I’m pregnant
… and did I mention my baby daddy is both heir to a retail empire and impossible to get ahold of?
I do what any girl would. I break into his Grandfather’s retirement gala by telling the prissy gatekeeper Kyle’s my fiancé. It was a halfway decent plan at the time, trust me.
But it blows up in my face, disastrously so. You see, Kyle Kingston is all about representing the family values his family’s retail empire was founded on. At least in public. In private- well I’ll tell you about that later.
He proposes – a marriage of convenience.
Convenient for everyone but me, because while I’m falling in love with my convenient husband, he’s keeping a billion-dollar secret. From me.
You can always count on Ms. Aston to deliver a smoking hot, laugh-your-ass-off, happily-ever-after-with-lots-of-kids (just how I like them) romance. Plan B was a prime example.
Daisy, Violet’s “fun” twin, first appeared in Sure Thing, and I got the feeling she was up to some crazy shenanigans… and now we finally know what that was. Daisy gets knocked up during a one-night stand in the middle of her dick cleanse. She is able to track him down, only to realize he is a billionaire CEO and there’s no way for her to reach him with the news.
Desperate to get that announcement out of the way so she can start planning for her new and unexpected future, she decides the only way to do it is to crash his grandfather’s retirement party. Only, that turns out way more difficult than she expected it to be and ends up telling everyone she is his fiancé.
Let’s just say that when Kyle finds himself in front of a fiancé he never knew he had he loses his shit. Luckily for Daisy, he takes the news of his impending fatherhood better than she expected. Unfortunately, now everyone in his family and the company think he is engaged.
Kyle and Daisy’s chemistry is really out of this world, and they make very good use of it. Kyle was a serious yet playful, sexy and hot nice guy. I really loved how he was towards Daisy as well as his sister and grandma… and Tubbs.
Daisy was a ray of sarcastic sunshine and she had me laughing with her thought process. In the cusp of pregnancy hormones, she could give me whiplash with her mood swings but that was actually half the fun of it. She was sweet and funny, caring and surprisingly levelheaded… I was really expecting a wild child but what I got was a lovely girl who knew how to have fun and didn’t sweat the small stuff. I absolutely adored her.
While their relationship was mostly smooth sailing, I found myself wishing things were a bit less easy to resolve. Although I really got a kick out of Kyle’s last revelation.
Plan B is a fun, quick and easy read that I thoroughly enjoyed. It had everything I needed, including a kickass epilogue. We even get some cameos from Dr. Luke McHotness which totally made my day.
Rating: 4 Stars
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